Articles in October 2017

  1. 5 Reasons My Kids Aren't

    With college costs and student loan debt soaring, I want to help my kids make smart decisions regarding their future. Since our kids were babies, we’ve been socking money away in their 529 savings plans. By the time they reach college, I estimate they’ll both have $50,000 to pay for any school of their choosing.

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  2. Airline Credit Cards with No Annual Fee

    Nearly everyone would like to use their credit cards to earn a free flight, but unfortunately most airline credit cards charge an annual fee of $95 or more. Thankfully, there’s a small, but growing number of airline credit cards that have no annual fee.

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  3. How to Protect Yourself With Renter's Insurance

    35 percent of American households rent their homes. Renting makes sense for many reasons: you might not be financially ready to buy a home, are testing out a new city, or it might be cheaper to rent than to buy in your area. Renting can be a great solution, but there are some risks involved. If you are going to lease a home, you need to have an essential safeguard against damage or theft: renter’s insurance.

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  4. Blue Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express Review: Earn Delta SkyMiles without an Annual

    Recently, Delta Air Lines and American Express partnered up to offer a brand new co-branded credit card – the Blue Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express. While the signup bonus on this card isn’t anything to write home about, it does offer one benefit many rewards consumers look for – no annual fee. Beyond its lack of an annual fee, this card also offers an interesting earning structure that could work well for consumers with certain spending habits.

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  5. Free and Discounted Mental Health Resources

    According to the National Institute of Mental Health, over 43 million adults in the United States have a mental illness. That number is approximately 18 percent of the nation’s population. Yet, mental illnesses are rarely talked about.

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